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5 Ways Of Reviving Engineering Education And Creating More Jobs For Engineers In India

The best year for engineers was the pass-out batch of 2006-07 (82% placed) exactly 10 years ago. This was the batch that got into colleges in 2003-2004. At that point, the number of seats offered for engineering was almost on par with aspirants looking for jobs. It was the year when the tech/software companies were flying high. As the engineering institutions tasted success, they started expanding.

7 Women Who've Earned Their Place In The Kitchen

It is often assumed that women don't want to work in professional kitchens because of the demanding nature of the job, the long hours and the stress of juggling work with family. Well, this clearly isn't always the case. We spoke to a few fabulous women chefs and restaurateurs and uncovered some of their secret ingredients for success.

From Rummaging In Bins To Refining Recipes, Here’s How Restaurants Can Save On Food Costs

Certain investments in a restaurant are reflected in its decor, expensive cutlery and the likes. However, most diners aren't aware of the cost that goes into what arrives on the plate in front of them. But then, that's not a diner's headache either. The responsibility of economics falls squarely on the restaurateur. Yogesh Mukashi from Bangalore's Egg Factory gives us insights on a few smart ways to reduce food costs.

8 Delhi-NCR Restaurants That Are Redefining The Meaning Of Fusion

Gone are the days when a restaurant was meant only for having a meal or a cafe was just for sipping a cuppa. Today, many establishments are striving to assimilate their main protagonist (read: food) with elements of entertainment. This marriage or fusion, if you will, jazzes things up as patrons get to enjoy everything from indoor games to books to crafts to pet-time as they eat.